List of cyclists

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This is a list of professional racing cyclists, sorted alphabetically by decade in which they won their first major race.[1]

Cyclists by country[edit]

Cyclists by decade[edit]

Before the 1880s[edit]

  • Adolphe Clément (1855–1928) was a racer and manufacturer of bicycles, pneumatic tyres, motorcycles, automobiles, aeroplanes and airships.
  • James Moore

Of the 1880s[edit]

Of the 1890s[edit]

Of the 1900s[edit]

Of the 1910s[edit]

Fritz Schallwig, the German cyclist in 1915-1916

Biography[edit]

He was born on May 7, 1890 in Spandau in Berlin, Germany.

Of the 1920s[edit]

Of the 1930s[edit]

Of the 1940s[edit]

Of the 1950s[edit]

Of the 1960s[edit]

Of the 1970s[edit]

Of the 1980s[edit]

Of the 1990s[edit]

Of the 2000s[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ As recorded at Cycling Archives
  2. ^ "Charlie Murphy, Set Cycling Mark; Famous Rider Who Sped Mile in 57 4/5 Seconds in 1899 Dies in Queens at 79". New York Times. February 18, 1950. Retrieved 2011-04-24. "Charles M. (Mile-a-Minute) Murphy of 160-12 Union Turnpike, Flushing, Queens, famous as a bicycle rider at the turn of the century, died yesterday in Queens General Hospital, Jamaica, after an illness of several months. His age was 79. ..."